The main purpose of this research was to indicate the possibilities of treating alcohol use disorder (AUD) patients by sharing the results of a psychological assessment with them. This research comprised a case study that shared the result of the Tokyo University Type Egogram II (TEG-II) with AUD patient A . The second purpose of this paper was to suggest ways of sharing the results of the psychological assessment. By sharing the results of TEG-II, AUD patients received opportunities to introspect their personal behavior or ways of thinking in their daily lives. Moreover, by engaging in verbal communication with AUD patients, in addition to showing them visual information, it was found that the patients tended to notice the necessity of changing their social behavior or thoughts when they encounter challenging moments. In addition, creating an "expected egogram" while sharing the results ofTEG-II, was instructive for AUD patients and encouraged them to get more involved.